Your Community is Calling

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with
SOLVE
Wednesday, November 15, 2017 at 8am through Sunday, November 19, 2017 at 5pm
8am through Sunday, November 19 at 5pm
Let’s get together to make sure leaves are the only thing littering the ground this fall! Lend a hand at a local litter cleanup, or help restore our natural areas by joining an invasive plant removal or native planting project near you! For a full list of projects visit http://solveoregon.org/get-involved/event-registration SOLVE events are a fun, easy way to improve the community and natural areas, meet your neighbors, and spend quality time outdoors with family and friends. Best of all our projects are family-friendly, open to all, and no experience is necessary. Our volunteer leaders bring the tools and the plan, but we need you to make it work! Upcoming opportunities: Portland - Downtown Portland Weekday Litter Cleanup – 11/15 Oregon City - Channel Boundary Planting Friday – 11/17 Oregon City - Channel Boundary Planting at the Environmental Learning Center – 11/18 West Linn - November Burnside Nature Park Restoration – 11/18 Tigard - Wetland Restoration at Hart Wetland – 11/18 Portland - Baltimore Woods Planting – 11/18 Portland - No Ivy League 3rd Saturday Work Party November – 11/18 Portland - Family Volunteer Day in the Central Eastside – 11/18 Portland - NWDA Third Saturday November Cleanup – 11/18 Portland - Pollinator Parkways Soil Prep! 11.19 – 11/19 Mark your Calendar for Family Volunteer Day on November 18! The holiday season is fast approaching and we’re kicking it off with Family Volunteer Day, check our calendar for local events to join at http://www.solveoregon.org/get-involved/family-volunteer-day Questions? Contact SOLVE at 503-844-9571 ext. 332 or info@solveoregon.org.
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20
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Thursday, November 23, 2017 at midnight through Friday, November 24, 2017 at midnight
midnight through Friday, November 24 at midnight
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24
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Friday, November 24, 2017 at midnight through Saturday, November 25, 2017 at midnight
midnight through Saturday, November 25 at midnight
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Tuesday, November 28, 2017 from 11:30am-1pm
11:30am-1pm
Our Members of Congress tell us that only people power can stop the dangerous Trump agenda. Please join Indivisible Oregon and other groups to speak out to Senate staff to stop the Trump and his henchmen. Each week we set a topic and a request to our Senator. 11:30 a.m: Connect, plan, and hear news from the Resistance 12:15 p.m.: Speak with US Senate staff
Tuesday, November 28, 2017 from 7-9pm
7-9pm
Tickets: $15 regular admission, $25 preferred seating For tickets, call the office 503-231-4955. For the sixteenth year in a row in southeast Portland, famed performer Michael Allen Harrison will offer his signature contemporary music, with Julianne Johnson’s powerful, joyful singing on Tuesday, November 28th at 7 p.m. This much loved piano concert at one of Portland’s renowned music venues, St. Philip Neri Catholic Church, is a great way to kick off the holidays. The Altar Society will host a reception featuring traditional homemade cookies. Proceeds of the event will go to the St. Philip Neri Altar Society. For more information and to purchase tickets call the office 503-231-4955.
Tuesday, November 28, 2017 from 7-8:30pm
7-8:30pm
Death Talk Project presents Living While Dying, a 45 minute personal documentary by Cathy Zheutlin. A story of life. A story of death. Finding joy in the journey – join filmmaker Cathy Zheutlin and her 91-year-old mom, on a journey to discover how to comes to terms with mortality. Meet four wonderful people with terminal illnesses, who invite you into the last chapter of their lives.
Tuesday, November 28, 2017 from 7:30-8:30pm
7:30-8:30pm
The Portland Community College Rock Creek music program continues its diverse series of short concerts/lectures with the Brazilian music ensemble Choro da Alegria. The concert is presented in conjunction with the Tuesday evening Music Appreciation class and is free and open to the public. Donations are welcomed. The series is sponsored by grants from the Cultural Coalition of Washington County and the Oregon Cultural Trust and a Beaverton Arts Program Community Grant. The series continues through 2018. Choro da Alegria is a Portland-based ensemble dedicated to playing the wonderful melodies of Brazil. They draw much inspiration from the genre “Choro” which has been loosely called “Brazilian ragtime.” Beyond choro they include classic tunes from Bossa Nova and Musica Popular Brasileira. Choro da Alegria is: Pam Beaty, (7-string guitar), Esteban Diaz, (percussion), Peter Fung (percussion and guitar), and Tom Pinit (bandolim/Brazilian mandolin). The group released its first CD, "quiosque," in June 2015. For more information, please go to: https://www.facebook.com/choroalegria/.For more information about the concerts, please contact Jason Palmer at jason.palmer@pcc.edu, 971-722-7869, or view the music program’s website page http://www.pcc.edu/programs/music/rock-creek/ and Facebook page at facebook.com/pccrcmp.
Wednesday
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29
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December
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1
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Friday, December 1, 2017 at 7pm through Sunday, December 10, 2017 at 9:30pm
7pm through Sunday, December 10 at 9:30pm
Based on the cherished New Line Cinema holiday classic, Elf the Musical Jr. features songs by Tony Award-nominees, Matthew Sklar and Chad Beguelin, with a book by Tony Award-winners, Thomas Meehan and Bob Martin. Buddy, a young orphan, mistakenly crawls into Santa’s bag of gifts and is transported to the North Pole. The would-be elf is raised, unaware that he is actually a human, until his enormous size and poor toy-making abilities cause him to face the truth. With Santa’s permission, Buddy embarks on a journey to New York City to find his birth father and discover his true identity. Faced with the harsh reality that his father is on the naughty list and that his half-brother doesn’t even believe in Santa, Buddy is determined to win over his new family and help New York remember the true meaning of Christmas. Public Performances Friday, December 1st – 7:00 pm Saturday, December 2nd – 7:00 pm*** Sunday, December 3rd – 2:00 pm Friday, December 8th – 7:00 pm Saturday, December 9th – 2:00 pm Saturday, December 9th – 7:00 pm Sunday, December 10th – 2:00 pm Pre-Performance Ticket Prices Adult (ages 19 and up) – $12.00 Youth (ages 2 to 18) – $10.00 Senior (ages 62+) – $10.00 *** Family Day (Saturday, December 2 @ 7:00 pm only) – All Tickets $10.00 each Sales at the Door $18.00 – Adult (ages 19 and up) $14.00 – Youth (ages 2 to 18) $14.00 – Senior (ages 62+) *** $14.00 – Family Day (Saturday, December 2 @ 7:00 pm only)
Saturday
Dec
2
2017
Saturday, December 2, 2017 at 10am through Sunday, December 3, 2017 at 5pm
10am through Sunday, December 3 at 5pm
Art Over Macleay Park Winter 2017 offers unique artwork for the gift giver and collector alike. An enchanting Victorian cottage, nestled in the treetops of Macleay Park in NW Portland, is transformed for the show into a delightful gallery of art where patrons can meet the artists, relax in the beautiful surroundings, and enjoy complimentary refreshments while browsing the art. Featuring fine art, including painting and sculpture, as well as traditional crafts, photography and jewelry.
Sunday
Dec
3
2017
Friday, December 1, 2017 at 7pm through Sunday, December 10, 2017 at 9:30pm
7pm through Sunday, December 10 at 9:30pm
Based on the cherished New Line Cinema holiday classic, Elf the Musical Jr. features songs by Tony Award-nominees, Matthew Sklar and Chad Beguelin, with a book by Tony Award-winners, Thomas Meehan and Bob Martin. Buddy, a young orphan, mistakenly crawls into Santa’s bag of gifts and is transported to the North Pole. The would-be elf is raised, unaware that he is actually a human, until his enormous size and poor toy-making abilities cause him to face the truth. With Santa’s permission, Buddy embarks on a journey to New York City to find his birth father and discover his true identity. Faced with the harsh reality that his father is on the naughty list and that his half-brother doesn’t even believe in Santa, Buddy is determined to win over his new family and help New York remember the true meaning of Christmas. Public Performances Friday, December 1st – 7:00 pm Saturday, December 2nd – 7:00 pm*** Sunday, December 3rd – 2:00 pm Friday, December 8th – 7:00 pm Saturday, December 9th – 2:00 pm Saturday, December 9th – 7:00 pm Sunday, December 10th – 2:00 pm Pre-Performance Ticket Prices Adult (ages 19 and up) – $12.00 Youth (ages 2 to 18) – $10.00 Senior (ages 62+) – $10.00 *** Family Day (Saturday, December 2 @ 7:00 pm only) – All Tickets $10.00 each Sales at the Door $18.00 – Adult (ages 19 and up) $14.00 – Youth (ages 2 to 18) $14.00 – Senior (ages 62+) *** $14.00 – Family Day (Saturday, December 2 @ 7:00 pm only)
Saturday, December 2, 2017 at 10am through Sunday, December 3, 2017 at 5pm
10am through Sunday, December 3 at 5pm
Art Over Macleay Park Winter 2017 offers unique artwork for the gift giver and collector alike. An enchanting Victorian cottage, nestled in the treetops of Macleay Park in NW Portland, is transformed for the show into a delightful gallery of art where patrons can meet the artists, relax in the beautiful surroundings, and enjoy complimentary refreshments while browsing the art. Featuring fine art, including painting and sculpture, as well as traditional crafts, photography and jewelry.
Monday
Dec
4
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5
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7
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Thursday, December 7, 2017 from 6:30-8:30pm
6:30-8:30pm
Venue:
@
Teleconference
Thursday, December 7, 2017 from 7-9:30pm
7-9:30pm
Join Kaitlin Sopoci-Belknap, Exec Director of Move to Amend, for an evening to find out how to end corporate personhood and control money in the political system. The 2010 U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in Citizens United v. FEC expanded spending on elections from corporrations and weathy individuals. Sopoci-Belknap will help local residents understand the more than century-long history behind that decision and how they can work to abolish "Corporate Personhood" and establish a government of, by, and for the people. The program will focus on how Portland can contribute to the growing national movement to affirm that only human beings have constitutional rights and that money can be regulated in elections and is not defined constitutionally as free speech. Sopoci-Belknap will report on and discuss actions that have taken place in hundreds of communities across the nation in support of the federal We the People Amendment, H.J.R. 48 as part of a larger movement of needed fundamental democratic changes.
Friday
Dec
8
2017
Friday, December 8, 2017 at 4pm through Sunday, December 10, 2017 at 5pm
4pm through Sunday, December 10 at 5pm
When an angry child defies his mother, destroys his room, and tortures his animal friends instead of finishing his homework, the broken furniture, wounded pets, and even disgruntled Mr. Arithmetic himself decide to teach the boy a lesson! The twenty characters in this whimsical opera are imaginatively portrayed here by just five singers. Best of all, children (and the young-at-heart) in the audience can join the performance as a sing-a-long chorus. With the aid of puppets and a design inspired by American pop-art icon Roy Lichtenstein, this production will surely delight children, parents and teachers alike. --------------------------------- PORTLAND & BEAVERTON, OR December 8 – 10 2017 – Beaverton-based Ping & Woof Opera joins forces with Portland’s multi-disciplinary performing arts ensemble Necessity Arts Collective for the second time in 2017 to support a local cause. This winter, performances of the children’s opera The Child’s Frightful Fantasy will serve as drop off points for donations to the Oregon Food Bank. Both Hayley Glickfeld Bielman (director, founder of NAC) and Jocelyn Claire Thomas (soprano, co-founder of P&W) strive to support their community with their artistic endeavors – in more than just the spiritual way of “nourishing the human soul.” In March, their collaboration Stabat Mater brought dance and sacred music together in a Lenten dance of grief to support the Ceaserfire Oregon Education Foundation. This time, their efforts will alleviate hunger in Oregon: instead of paying admission, audience members are invited to donate non-perishable food items or make a financial contribution to the Oregon Food Bank. According to the OFB website, “many [people] struggle silently and make heart-wrenching decisions that nobody should have to make. ... Without the basic security of knowing when you will eat next ... the daily fight to survive can consume your life.” The OFB works to eliminate hunger and its root causes – which include economic, social, and health factors. Resources supplied by the OFB enable their clients to pay rent, utility, medical and childcare bills – in addition to allowing these clients to maintain a healthier diet. A simple $10 donation can provide 40 pounds, or 30 meals worth of food. All proceeds from performances of The Child’s Frightful Fantasy will go directly to OFB. The opera itself is a fun one – all the more so because it suits young audiences so perfectly. In the story, an angry child defies his mother, destroys his room, and tortures his animal friends instead of finishing his homework – inspiring the broken furniture, wounded pets, and even disgruntled Mr. Arithmetic himself to come to life and teach the boy a lesson. Because this piece demands a large cast (21 characters plus chorus), elaborate costumes and fantastical sets, some critics recommend performing it in a non-staged concert version – leaving the audience and their imaginations to invent scenery and characters. NAC and P&W have risen to the staging challenge though, with a team of four singers (Sadie Gregg, Ray Jackson, Lindsey Rae Johnson, and Jocelyn Claire Thomas) and a host of puppets created by Jason Ropp of Dragon Theater Puppets. The production’s visual design is inspired by American pop-art icon Roy Lichtenstein, complete with big, colorful “POW!” and “BANG!” sound effects that appear against a black-and-white comic book style backdrop. The performers describe the music as eclectic and unpredictable, strange and wonderful in a way that captures the quirks of the characters: cats yowl, the fire sparks, a porcelain tea cup charms with a delicate and exotic melody. Oregon composer Kevin Elmore adapted the chorus sections so that children and the young-at-heart in the audience can sing along, joining a team of pilots in a call-and-response song, answering addition problems given by Mr. Arithmetic, and creating an atmosphere of nighttime noises when the child escapes outside to his garden. On- and off-stage members alike of The Child’s Frightful Fantasy look forward to using their artistry both to entertain local audiences and to fight hunger in Oregon state. Keyboard player Simon Bielman summarizes, “many of us are very lucky to have the luxury of feeding our souls when so many – too many – are struggling to fill their plates. I can think of no better way to use our craft than to reach out to the more fortunate among us and inspire them to lift those who need it.”
Friday, December 8, 2017 from 7-8:30pm
7-8:30pm
Venue:
@
Imago Theatre
IMAGO THEATRE presents the return of FROGZ by Carol Triffle and Jerry Mouawad FROGZ is Imago Theatre’s signature work. It has been described as Cirque Du Soleil-evoking acrobatics mixed with Mummenschanz-like mime, set in a unique –yet accessible- French-influenced avant-garde playground. It is an unforgettable experience for children and adults alike and has been seen on stage and television by over a million people. The ingenious masks, mesmerizing movement, outlandish costumes, and original music score create a carnival of the absurd, presenting universal themes with a light touch, as animals take on human characteristics and inanimate objects, like orbs and slinkys, engage in silly humanistic movements. FROGZ is penguins playing musical chairs, a cat trapped in a giant paper bag, orbs running wild through the audience, and a madcap revue of illusion, comedy and fun that has inspired audiences worldwide. FROGZ has been performed in China, Europe and at some of North America’s most revered festivals.
Saturday
Dec
9
2017
Saturday, December 9, 2017 from 11am-noon
11am-noon
A group for Restless Leg Syndrome suffers and their support people. Share your story, receive support and empathy. Learn what works for other sufferers, network solutions. Stay abreast of latest research via National RLS Foundation out of Austin Texas.
Saturday, December 9, 2017 from noon-1:30pm
noon-1:30pm
Venue:
@
Imago Theatre
IMAGO THEATRE presents the return of FROGZ by Carol Triffle and Jerry Mouawad FROGZ is Imago Theatre’s signature work. It has been described as Cirque Du Soleil-evoking acrobatics mixed with Mummenschanz-like mime, set in a unique –yet accessible- French-influenced avant-garde playground. It is an unforgettable experience for children and adults alike and has been seen on stage and television by over a million people. The ingenious masks, mesmerizing movement, outlandish costumes, and original music score create a carnival of the absurd, presenting universal themes with a light touch, as animals take on human characteristics and inanimate objects, like orbs and slinkys, engage in silly humanistic movements. FROGZ is penguins playing musical chairs, a cat trapped in a giant paper bag, orbs running wild through the audience, and a madcap revue of illusion, comedy and fun that has inspired audiences worldwide. FROGZ has been performed in China, Europe and at some of North America’s most revered festivals.
Saturday, December 9, 2017 from 3-4:30pm
3-4:30pm
Venue:
@
Imago Theatre
IMAGO THEATRE presents the return of FROGZ by Carol Triffle and Jerry Mouawad FROGZ is Imago Theatre’s signature work. It has been described as Cirque Du Soleil-evoking acrobatics mixed with Mummenschanz-like mime, set in a unique –yet accessible- French-influenced avant-garde playground. It is an unforgettable experience for children and adults alike and has been seen on stage and television by over a million people. The ingenious masks, mesmerizing movement, outlandish costumes, and original music score create a carnival of the absurd, presenting universal themes with a light touch, as animals take on human characteristics and inanimate objects, like orbs and slinkys, engage in silly humanistic movements. FROGZ is penguins playing musical chairs, a cat trapped in a giant paper bag, orbs running wild through the audience, and a madcap revue of illusion, comedy and fun that has inspired audiences worldwide. FROGZ has been performed in China, Europe and at some of North America’s most revered festivals.
Sunday
Dec
10
2017
Friday, December 8, 2017 at 4pm through Sunday, December 10, 2017 at 5pm
4pm through Sunday, December 10 at 5pm
When an angry child defies his mother, destroys his room, and tortures his animal friends instead of finishing his homework, the broken furniture, wounded pets, and even disgruntled Mr. Arithmetic himself decide to teach the boy a lesson! The twenty characters in this whimsical opera are imaginatively portrayed here by just five singers. Best of all, children (and the young-at-heart) in the audience can join the performance as a sing-a-long chorus. With the aid of puppets and a design inspired by American pop-art icon Roy Lichtenstein, this production will surely delight children, parents and teachers alike. --------------------------------- PORTLAND & BEAVERTON, OR December 8 – 10 2017 – Beaverton-based Ping & Woof Opera joins forces with Portland’s multi-disciplinary performing arts ensemble Necessity Arts Collective for the second time in 2017 to support a local cause. This winter, performances of the children’s opera The Child’s Frightful Fantasy will serve as drop off points for donations to the Oregon Food Bank. Both Hayley Glickfeld Bielman (director, founder of NAC) and Jocelyn Claire Thomas (soprano, co-founder of P&W) strive to support their community with their artistic endeavors – in more than just the spiritual way of “nourishing the human soul.” In March, their collaboration Stabat Mater brought dance and sacred music together in a Lenten dance of grief to support the Ceaserfire Oregon Education Foundation. This time, their efforts will alleviate hunger in Oregon: instead of paying admission, audience members are invited to donate non-perishable food items or make a financial contribution to the Oregon Food Bank. According to the OFB website, “many [people] struggle silently and make heart-wrenching decisions that nobody should have to make. ... Without the basic security of knowing when you will eat next ... the daily fight to survive can consume your life.” The OFB works to eliminate hunger and its root causes – which include economic, social, and health factors. Resources supplied by the OFB enable their clients to pay rent, utility, medical and childcare bills – in addition to allowing these clients to maintain a healthier diet. A simple $10 donation can provide 40 pounds, or 30 meals worth of food. All proceeds from performances of The Child’s Frightful Fantasy will go directly to OFB. The opera itself is a fun one – all the more so because it suits young audiences so perfectly. In the story, an angry child defies his mother, destroys his room, and tortures his animal friends instead of finishing his homework – inspiring the broken furniture, wounded pets, and even disgruntled Mr. Arithmetic himself to come to life and teach the boy a lesson. Because this piece demands a large cast (21 characters plus chorus), elaborate costumes and fantastical sets, some critics recommend performing it in a non-staged concert version – leaving the audience and their imaginations to invent scenery and characters. NAC and P&W have risen to the staging challenge though, with a team of four singers (Sadie Gregg, Ray Jackson, Lindsey Rae Johnson, and Jocelyn Claire Thomas) and a host of puppets created by Jason Ropp of Dragon Theater Puppets. The production’s visual design is inspired by American pop-art icon Roy Lichtenstein, complete with big, colorful “POW!” and “BANG!” sound effects that appear against a black-and-white comic book style backdrop. The performers describe the music as eclectic and unpredictable, strange and wonderful in a way that captures the quirks of the characters: cats yowl, the fire sparks, a porcelain tea cup charms with a delicate and exotic melody. Oregon composer Kevin Elmore adapted the chorus sections so that children and the young-at-heart in the audience can sing along, joining a team of pilots in a call-and-response song, answering addition problems given by Mr. Arithmetic, and creating an atmosphere of nighttime noises when the child escapes outside to his garden. On- and off-stage members alike of The Child’s Frightful Fantasy look forward to using their artistry both to entertain local audiences and to fight hunger in Oregon state. Keyboard player Simon Bielman summarizes, “many of us are very lucky to have the luxury of feeding our souls when so many – too many – are struggling to fill their plates. I can think of no better way to use our craft than to reach out to the more fortunate among us and inspire them to lift those who need it.”
Sunday, December 10, 2017 at midnight through Monday, December 11, 2017 at midnight
midnight through Monday, December 11 at midnight
Sunday, December 10, 2017 from 2-3:30pm
2-3:30pm
Venue:
@
Imago Theatre
IMAGO THEATRE presents the return of FROGZ by Carol Triffle and Jerry Mouawad FROGZ is Imago Theatre’s signature work. It has been described as Cirque Du Soleil-evoking acrobatics mixed with Mummenschanz-like mime, set in a unique –yet accessible- French-influenced avant-garde playground. It is an unforgettable experience for children and adults alike and has been seen on stage and television by over a million people. The ingenious masks, mesmerizing movement, outlandish costumes, and original music score create a carnival of the absurd, presenting universal themes with a light touch, as animals take on human characteristics and inanimate objects, like orbs and slinkys, engage in silly humanistic movements. FROGZ is penguins playing musical chairs, a cat trapped in a giant paper bag, orbs running wild through the audience, and a madcap revue of illusion, comedy and fun that has inspired audiences worldwide. FROGZ has been performed in China, Europe and at some of North America’s most revered festivals.
with
My Org
Sunday, December 10, 2017 from 4-5:30pm
4-5:30pm
Join Moms Demand Action, Portland Parks & Recreation, Montavilla Community Center and community members to honor the shootings at Clackamas Town Center and Sandy Hook Elementary School, as well as those taken by gun violence everywhere. This vigil will feature music from a member of the Portland Cello Project, a reading of victim names, and more.
Sunday, December 10, 2017 from 5-6:30pm
5-6:30pm
Venue:
@
Imago Theatre
IMAGO THEATRE presents the return of FROGZ by Carol Triffle and Jerry Mouawad FROGZ is Imago Theatre’s signature work. It has been described as Cirque Du Soleil-evoking acrobatics mixed with Mummenschanz-like mime, set in a unique –yet accessible- French-influenced avant-garde playground. It is an unforgettable experience for children and adults alike and has been seen on stage and television by over a million people. The ingenious masks, mesmerizing movement, outlandish costumes, and original music score create a carnival of the absurd, presenting universal themes with a light touch, as animals take on human characteristics and inanimate objects, like orbs and slinkys, engage in silly humanistic movements. FROGZ is penguins playing musical chairs, a cat trapped in a giant paper bag, orbs running wild through the audience, and a madcap revue of illusion, comedy and fun that has inspired audiences worldwide. FROGZ has been performed in China, Europe and at some of North America’s most revered festivals.
Monday
Dec
11
2017
Monday, December 11, 2017 from 7-8pm
7-8pm
The Portland Community College Rock Creek music program will present the Chamber Ensemble, Jazz Ensemble and Symphonic Band in a free concert. The Chamber Ensemble, directed by Jason Palmer, will perform classical repertoire from Bach to Piazzolla in a small chamber music format. The Jazz Ensemble will perform a wide variety of jazz, Brazilian and popular music including works by Joe Zawinul, Josh Deutsch, Horace Silver, Antonio Carlos Jobim, and student composers. The Symphonic Band, directed by Noelle Freshner, will perform Amparito Roca by Spanish composer Jaime Texidor, Cajun Folk Songs by Frank Tichelli (a tribute to the people of Cajun folksong culture) and Symphony No. 4 by Andrew Boysen Jr. The concert will also feature the animated piece Autobahn by Ryan George. The composer wrote of this work, “In writing this piece I wanted to focus less on the idea of speed and more on the freedom and exhilaration that one feels while driving on a road with no limitations.” For more information about the concerts, please contact Jason Palmer at jason.palmer@pcc.edu, 971-722-7869, or view the music department’s events page at https://www.pcc.edu/rockcreekmusic and Facebook page at Facebook.com/pccrcaem.
Tuesday
Dec
12
2017
Tuesday, December 12, 2017 from 6:30-8pm
6:30-8pm
An informative, fast-paced night of panel discussions on Gun Violence Prevention, honoring those killed at the Clackamas Town Center shooting five years ago. Panelists will include government officials, the families of Clackamas Town Center victims, survivors, and gun violence professionals from: -Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America (OR Chapter) -Everytown for Gun Safety -Ceasefire Oregon -Oregon Alliance for Gun Safety -Giffords Artists and improv actors who have been impacted by gun violence will also participate.
Tuesday, December 12, 2017 from 7-8pm
7-8pm
Portland Community College Rock Creek music program presents a free holiday concert. The Rock Creek Choirs, directed by Dr. Samuel Barbara, will present an array of outstanding choral music including excerpts from Robert Ray's Gospel Mass and a variety of holiday selections. For more information about the concerts, please contact Jason Palmer at jason.palmer@pcc.edu, 971-722-7869, or view the music department’s events page at https://www.pcc.edu/rockcreekmusic and Facebook page at Facebook.com/pccrcaem.
Wednesday
Dec
13
2017
Thursday
Dec
14
2017
Thursday, December 14, 2017 from 7:30-9pm
7:30-9pm
Venue:
@
Imago Theatre
Choreographer Jerry Mouawad pushes, pulls and shoves five characters into a hotel lobby where identities shift, love is uncertain, and souls search for substance. Check-in and check-out become a commitment to live or run away. Live music drifts through HOTEL GONE as motifs propel dancing travelers through coat racks, exiting and entering a world of timeless seduction and trapped mysteries. Playing at Imago (in rep with FROGZ) for six shows only. Dec 14, 16, 17, 21, 22, and 23 at 7:30 at Imago Theatre, 17 SE 8th. Tickets are pay-what-you-will $10 to $20 and can be purchased by calling Imago at 503.231.9581 or Ticketswest.com 503.224.8499, or at the door. Recommended for 16 years and older. Dancers featured are Nathan H.G., Kayla Banks, Mathilda Seger, BreAnna Rae Hansen, and Leif Schmit. Guest musicians are Amy Katrina Bryan and Sumi Wu. Costume design by Sumi Wu.
Friday
Dec
15
2017
Friday, December 15, 2017 from 7-8:30pm
7-8:30pm
Venue:
@
Imago Theatre
IMAGO THEATRE presents the return of FROGZ by Carol Triffle and Jerry Mouawad FROGZ is Imago Theatre’s signature work. It has been described as Cirque Du Soleil-evoking acrobatics mixed with Mummenschanz-like mime, set in a unique –yet accessible- French-influenced avant-garde playground. It is an unforgettable experience for children and adults alike and has been seen on stage and television by over a million people. The ingenious masks, mesmerizing movement, outlandish costumes, and original music score create a carnival of the absurd, presenting universal themes with a light touch, as animals take on human characteristics and inanimate objects, like orbs and slinkys, engage in silly humanistic movements. FROGZ is penguins playing musical chairs, a cat trapped in a giant paper bag, orbs running wild through the audience, and a madcap revue of illusion, comedy and fun that has inspired audiences worldwide. FROGZ has been performed in China, Europe and at some of North America’s most revered festivals.
Saturday
Dec
16
2017
Saturday, December 16, 2017 from noon-1:30pm
noon-1:30pm
Venue:
@
Imago Theatre
IMAGO THEATRE presents the return of FROGZ by Carol Triffle and Jerry Mouawad FROGZ is Imago Theatre’s signature work. It has been described as Cirque Du Soleil-evoking acrobatics mixed with Mummenschanz-like mime, set in a unique –yet accessible- French-influenced avant-garde playground. It is an unforgettable experience for children and adults alike and has been seen on stage and television by over a million people. The ingenious masks, mesmerizing movement, outlandish costumes, and original music score create a carnival of the absurd, presenting universal themes with a light touch, as animals take on human characteristics and inanimate objects, like orbs and slinkys, engage in silly humanistic movements. FROGZ is penguins playing musical chairs, a cat trapped in a giant paper bag, orbs running wild through the audience, and a madcap revue of illusion, comedy and fun that has inspired audiences worldwide. FROGZ has been performed in China, Europe and at some of North America’s most revered festivals.
Saturday, December 16, 2017 from 3-4:30pm
3-4:30pm
Venue:
@
Imago Theatre
IMAGO THEATRE presents the return of FROGZ by Carol Triffle and Jerry Mouawad FROGZ is Imago Theatre’s signature work. It has been described as Cirque Du Soleil-evoking acrobatics mixed with Mummenschanz-like mime, set in a unique –yet accessible- French-influenced avant-garde playground. It is an unforgettable experience for children and adults alike and has been seen on stage and television by over a million people. The ingenious masks, mesmerizing movement, outlandish costumes, and original music score create a carnival of the absurd, presenting universal themes with a light touch, as animals take on human characteristics and inanimate objects, like orbs and slinkys, engage in silly humanistic movements. FROGZ is penguins playing musical chairs, a cat trapped in a giant paper bag, orbs running wild through the audience, and a madcap revue of illusion, comedy and fun that has inspired audiences worldwide. FROGZ has been performed in China, Europe and at some of North America’s most revered festivals.
Saturday, December 16, 2017 from 7:30-9pm
7:30-9pm
Venue:
@
Imago Theatre
Choreographer Jerry Mouawad pushes, pulls and shoves five characters into a hotel lobby where identities shift, love is uncertain, and souls search for substance. Check-in and check-out become a commitment to live or run away. Live music drifts through HOTEL GONE as motifs propel dancing travelers through coat racks, exiting and entering a world of timeless seduction and trapped mysteries. Playing at Imago (in rep with FROGZ) for six shows only. Dec 14, 16, 17, 21, 22, and 23 at 7:30 at Imago Theatre, 17 SE 8th. Tickets are pay-what-you-will $10 to $20 and can be purchased by calling Imago at 503.231.9581 or Ticketswest.com 503.224.8499, or at the door. Recommended for 16 years and older. Dancers featured are Nathan H.G., Kayla Banks, Mathilda Seger, BreAnna Rae Hansen, and Leif Schmit. Guest musicians are Amy Katrina Bryan and Sumi Wu. Costume design by Sumi Wu.
Sunday
Dec
17
2017
Sunday, December 17, 2017 from 2-3:30pm
2-3:30pm
Venue:
@
Imago Theatre
IMAGO THEATRE presents the return of FROGZ by Carol Triffle and Jerry Mouawad FROGZ is Imago Theatre’s signature work. It has been described as Cirque Du Soleil-evoking acrobatics mixed with Mummenschanz-like mime, set in a unique –yet accessible- French-influenced avant-garde playground. It is an unforgettable experience for children and adults alike and has been seen on stage and television by over a million people. The ingenious masks, mesmerizing movement, outlandish costumes, and original music score create a carnival of the absurd, presenting universal themes with a light touch, as animals take on human characteristics and inanimate objects, like orbs and slinkys, engage in silly humanistic movements. FROGZ is penguins playing musical chairs, a cat trapped in a giant paper bag, orbs running wild through the audience, and a madcap revue of illusion, comedy and fun that has inspired audiences worldwide. FROGZ has been performed in China, Europe and at some of North America’s most revered festivals.
Sunday, December 17, 2017 from 5-6:30pm
5-6:30pm
Venue:
@
Imago Theatre
IMAGO THEATRE presents the return of FROGZ by Carol Triffle and Jerry Mouawad FROGZ is Imago Theatre’s signature work. It has been described as Cirque Du Soleil-evoking acrobatics mixed with Mummenschanz-like mime, set in a unique –yet accessible- French-influenced avant-garde playground. It is an unforgettable experience for children and adults alike and has been seen on stage and television by over a million people. The ingenious masks, mesmerizing movement, outlandish costumes, and original music score create a carnival of the absurd, presenting universal themes with a light touch, as animals take on human characteristics and inanimate objects, like orbs and slinkys, engage in silly humanistic movements. FROGZ is penguins playing musical chairs, a cat trapped in a giant paper bag, orbs running wild through the audience, and a madcap revue of illusion, comedy and fun that has inspired audiences worldwide. FROGZ has been performed in China, Europe and at some of North America’s most revered festivals.
Sunday, December 17, 2017 from 7:30-9pm
7:30-9pm
Venue:
@
Imago Theatre
Choreographer Jerry Mouawad pushes, pulls and shoves five characters into a hotel lobby where identities shift, love is uncertain, and souls search for substance. Check-in and check-out become a commitment to live or run away. Live music drifts through HOTEL GONE as motifs propel dancing travelers through coat racks, exiting and entering a world of timeless seduction and trapped mysteries. Playing at Imago (in rep with FROGZ) for six shows only. Dec 14, 16, 17, 21, 22, and 23 at 7:30 at Imago Theatre, 17 SE 8th. Tickets are pay-what-you-will $10 to $20 and can be purchased by calling Imago at 503.231.9581 or Ticketswest.com 503.224.8499, or at the door. Recommended for 16 years and older. Dancers featured are Nathan H.G., Kayla Banks, Mathilda Seger, BreAnna Rae Hansen, and Leif Schmit. Guest musicians are Amy Katrina Bryan and Sumi Wu. Costume design by Sumi Wu.
Monday
Dec
18
2017
Tuesday
Dec
19
2017
Tuesday, December 19, 2017 from 3-4:30pm
3-4:30pm
Venue:
@
Imago Theatre
IMAGO THEATRE presents the return of FROGZ by Carol Triffle and Jerry Mouawad FROGZ is Imago Theatre’s signature work. It has been described as Cirque Du Soleil-evoking acrobatics mixed with Mummenschanz-like mime, set in a unique –yet accessible- French-influenced avant-garde playground. It is an unforgettable experience for children and adults alike and has been seen on stage and television by over a million people. The ingenious masks, mesmerizing movement, outlandish costumes, and original music score create a carnival of the absurd, presenting universal themes with a light touch, as animals take on human characteristics and inanimate objects, like orbs and slinkys, engage in silly humanistic movements. FROGZ is penguins playing musical chairs, a cat trapped in a giant paper bag, orbs running wild through the audience, and a madcap revue of illusion, comedy and fun that has inspired audiences worldwide. FROGZ has been performed in China, Europe and at some of North America’s most revered festivals.
Wednesday
Dec
20
2017
Wednesday, December 20, 2017 from 3-4:30pm
3-4:30pm
Venue:
@
Imago Theatre
IMAGO THEATRE presents the return of FROGZ by Carol Triffle and Jerry Mouawad FROGZ is Imago Theatre’s signature work. It has been described as Cirque Du Soleil-evoking acrobatics mixed with Mummenschanz-like mime, set in a unique –yet accessible- French-influenced avant-garde playground. It is an unforgettable experience for children and adults alike and has been seen on stage and television by over a million people. The ingenious masks, mesmerizing movement, outlandish costumes, and original music score create a carnival of the absurd, presenting universal themes with a light touch, as animals take on human characteristics and inanimate objects, like orbs and slinkys, engage in silly humanistic movements. FROGZ is penguins playing musical chairs, a cat trapped in a giant paper bag, orbs running wild through the audience, and a madcap revue of illusion, comedy and fun that has inspired audiences worldwide. FROGZ has been performed in China, Europe and at some of North America’s most revered festivals.
Thursday
Dec
21
2017
Thursday, December 21, 2017 from 3-4:30pm
3-4:30pm
Venue:
@
Imago Theatre
IMAGO THEATRE presents the return of FROGZ by Carol Triffle and Jerry Mouawad FROGZ is Imago Theatre’s signature work. It has been described as Cirque Du Soleil-evoking acrobatics mixed with Mummenschanz-like mime, set in a unique –yet accessible- French-influenced avant-garde playground. It is an unforgettable experience for children and adults alike and has been seen on stage and television by over a million people. The ingenious masks, mesmerizing movement, outlandish costumes, and original music score create a carnival of the absurd, presenting universal themes with a light touch, as animals take on human characteristics and inanimate objects, like orbs and slinkys, engage in silly humanistic movements. FROGZ is penguins playing musical chairs, a cat trapped in a giant paper bag, orbs running wild through the audience, and a madcap revue of illusion, comedy and fun that has inspired audiences worldwide. FROGZ has been performed in China, Europe and at some of North America’s most revered festivals.
Thursday, December 21, 2017 from 7:30-9pm
7:30-9pm
Venue:
@
Imago Theatre
Choreographer Jerry Mouawad pushes, pulls and shoves five characters into a hotel lobby where identities shift, love is uncertain, and souls search for substance. Check-in and check-out become a commitment to live or run away. Live music drifts through HOTEL GONE as motifs propel dancing travelers through coat racks, exiting and entering a world of timeless seduction and trapped mysteries. Playing at Imago (in rep with FROGZ) for six shows only. Dec 14, 16, 17, 21, 22, and 23 at 7:30 at Imago Theatre, 17 SE 8th. Tickets are pay-what-you-will $10 to $20 and can be purchased by calling Imago at 503.231.9581 or Ticketswest.com 503.224.8499, or at the door. Recommended for 16 years and older. Dancers featured are Nathan H.G., Kayla Banks, Mathilda Seger, BreAnna Rae Hansen, and Leif Schmit. Guest musicians are Amy Katrina Bryan and Sumi Wu. Costume design by Sumi Wu.
Friday
Dec
22
2017
Friday, December 22, 2017 from 3-4:30pm
3-4:30pm
Venue:
@
Imago Theatre
IMAGO THEATRE presents the return of FROGZ by Carol Triffle and Jerry Mouawad FROGZ is Imago Theatre’s signature work. It has been described as Cirque Du Soleil-evoking acrobatics mixed with Mummenschanz-like mime, set in a unique –yet accessible- French-influenced avant-garde playground. It is an unforgettable experience for children and adults alike and has been seen on stage and television by over a million people. The ingenious masks, mesmerizing movement, outlandish costumes, and original music score create a carnival of the absurd, presenting universal themes with a light touch, as animals take on human characteristics and inanimate objects, like orbs and slinkys, engage in silly humanistic movements. FROGZ is penguins playing musical chairs, a cat trapped in a giant paper bag, orbs running wild through the audience, and a madcap revue of illusion, comedy and fun that has inspired audiences worldwide. FROGZ has been performed in China, Europe and at some of North America’s most revered festivals.
Friday, December 22, 2017 from 7:30-9pm
7:30-9pm
Venue:
@
Imago Theatre
Choreographer Jerry Mouawad pushes, pulls and shoves five characters into a hotel lobby where identities shift, love is uncertain, and souls search for substance. Check-in and check-out become a commitment to live or run away. Live music drifts through HOTEL GONE as motifs propel dancing travelers through coat racks, exiting and entering a world of timeless seduction and trapped mysteries. Playing at Imago (in rep with FROGZ) for six shows only. Dec 14, 16, 17, 21, 22, and 23 at 7:30 at Imago Theatre, 17 SE 8th. Tickets are pay-what-you-will $10 to $20 and can be purchased by calling Imago at 503.231.9581 or Ticketswest.com 503.224.8499, or at the door. Recommended for 16 years and older. Dancers featured are Nathan H.G., Kayla Banks, Mathilda Seger, BreAnna Rae Hansen, and Leif Schmit. Guest musicians are Amy Katrina Bryan and Sumi Wu. Costume design by Sumi Wu.
Saturday
Dec
23
2017
Saturday, December 23, 2017 from noon-1:30pm
noon-1:30pm
Venue:
@
Imago Theatre
IMAGO THEATRE presents the return of FROGZ by Carol Triffle and Jerry Mouawad FROGZ is Imago Theatre’s signature work. It has been described as Cirque Du Soleil-evoking acrobatics mixed with Mummenschanz-like mime, set in a unique –yet accessible- French-influenced avant-garde playground. It is an unforgettable experience for children and adults alike and has been seen on stage and television by over a million people. The ingenious masks, mesmerizing movement, outlandish costumes, and original music score create a carnival of the absurd, presenting universal themes with a light touch, as animals take on human characteristics and inanimate objects, like orbs and slinkys, engage in silly humanistic movements. FROGZ is penguins playing musical chairs, a cat trapped in a giant paper bag, orbs running wild through the audience, and a madcap revue of illusion, comedy and fun that has inspired audiences worldwide. FROGZ has been performed in China, Europe and at some of North America’s most revered festivals.
Saturday, December 23, 2017 from 3-4:30pm
3-4:30pm
Venue:
@
Imago Theatre
IMAGO THEATRE presents the return of FROGZ by Carol Triffle and Jerry Mouawad FROGZ is Imago Theatre’s signature work. It has been described as Cirque Du Soleil-evoking acrobatics mixed with Mummenschanz-like mime, set in a unique –yet accessible- French-influenced avant-garde playground. It is an unforgettable experience for children and adults alike and has been seen on stage and television by over a million people. The ingenious masks, mesmerizing movement, outlandish costumes, and original music score create a carnival of the absurd, presenting universal themes with a light touch, as animals take on human characteristics and inanimate objects, like orbs and slinkys, engage in silly humanistic movements. FROGZ is penguins playing musical chairs, a cat trapped in a giant paper bag, orbs running wild through the audience, and a madcap revue of illusion, comedy and fun that has inspired audiences worldwide. FROGZ has been performed in China, Europe and at some of North America’s most revered festivals.
Saturday, December 23, 2017 from 7:30-9pm
7:30-9pm
Venue:
@
Imago Theatre
Choreographer Jerry Mouawad pushes, pulls and shoves five characters into a hotel lobby where identities shift, love is uncertain, and souls search for substance. Check-in and check-out become a commitment to live or run away. Live music drifts through HOTEL GONE as motifs propel dancing travelers through coat racks, exiting and entering a world of timeless seduction and trapped mysteries. Playing at Imago (in rep with FROGZ) for six shows only. Dec 14, 16, 17, 21, 22, and 23 at 7:30 at Imago Theatre, 17 SE 8th. Tickets are pay-what-you-will $10 to $20 and can be purchased by calling Imago at 503.231.9581 or Ticketswest.com 503.224.8499, or at the door. Recommended for 16 years and older. Dancers featured are Nathan H.G., Kayla Banks, Mathilda Seger, BreAnna Rae Hansen, and Leif Schmit. Guest musicians are Amy Katrina Bryan and Sumi Wu. Costume design by Sumi Wu.
Sunday
Dec
24
2017
Sunday, December 24, 2017 from 2-3:30pm
2-3:30pm
Venue:
@
Imago Theatre
IMAGO THEATRE presents the return of FROGZ by Carol Triffle and Jerry Mouawad FROGZ is Imago Theatre’s signature work. It has been described as Cirque Du Soleil-evoking acrobatics mixed with Mummenschanz-like mime, set in a unique –yet accessible- French-influenced avant-garde playground. It is an unforgettable experience for children and adults alike and has been seen on stage and television by over a million people. The ingenious masks, mesmerizing movement, outlandish costumes, and original music score create a carnival of the absurd, presenting universal themes with a light touch, as animals take on human characteristics and inanimate objects, like orbs and slinkys, engage in silly humanistic movements. FROGZ is penguins playing musical chairs, a cat trapped in a giant paper bag, orbs running wild through the audience, and a madcap revue of illusion, comedy and fun that has inspired audiences worldwide. FROGZ has been performed in China, Europe and at some of North America’s most revered festivals.
Sunday, December 24, 2017 from 5-6:30pm
5-6:30pm
Venue:
@
Imago Theatre
IMAGO THEATRE presents the return of FROGZ by Carol Triffle and Jerry Mouawad FROGZ is Imago Theatre’s signature work. It has been described as Cirque Du Soleil-evoking acrobatics mixed with Mummenschanz-like mime, set in a unique –yet accessible- French-influenced avant-garde playground. It is an unforgettable experience for children and adults alike and has been seen on stage and television by over a million people. The ingenious masks, mesmerizing movement, outlandish costumes, and original music score create a carnival of the absurd, presenting universal themes with a light touch, as animals take on human characteristics and inanimate objects, like orbs and slinkys, engage in silly humanistic movements. FROGZ is penguins playing musical chairs, a cat trapped in a giant paper bag, orbs running wild through the audience, and a madcap revue of illusion, comedy and fun that has inspired audiences worldwide. FROGZ has been performed in China, Europe and at some of North America’s most revered festivals.
Monday
Dec
25
2017
Monday, December 25, 2017 at midnight through Tuesday, December 26, 2017 at midnight
midnight through Tuesday, December 26 at midnight
Tuesday
Dec
26
2017
Tuesday, December 26, 2017 at midnight through Wednesday, December 27, 2017 at midnight
midnight through Wednesday, December 27 at midnight
Tuesday, December 26, 2017 from noon-1:30pm
noon-1:30pm
Venue:
@
Imago Theatre
IMAGO THEATRE presents the return of FROGZ by Carol Triffle and Jerry Mouawad FROGZ is Imago Theatre’s signature work. It has been described as Cirque Du Soleil-evoking acrobatics mixed with Mummenschanz-like mime, set in a unique –yet accessible- French-influenced avant-garde playground. It is an unforgettable experience for children and adults alike and has been seen on stage and television by over a million people. The ingenious masks, mesmerizing movement, outlandish costumes, and original music score create a carnival of the absurd, presenting universal themes with a light touch, as animals take on human characteristics and inanimate objects, like orbs and slinkys, engage in silly humanistic movements. FROGZ is penguins playing musical chairs, a cat trapped in a giant paper bag, orbs running wild through the audience, and a madcap revue of illusion, comedy and fun that has inspired audiences worldwide. FROGZ has been performed in China, Europe and at some of North America’s most revered festivals.
Tuesday, December 26, 2017 from 3-4:30pm
3-4:30pm
Venue:
@
Imago Theatre
IMAGO THEATRE presents the return of FROGZ by Carol Triffle and Jerry Mouawad FROGZ is Imago Theatre’s signature work. It has been described as Cirque Du Soleil-evoking acrobatics mixed with Mummenschanz-like mime, set in a unique –yet accessible- French-influenced avant-garde playground. It is an unforgettable experience for children and adults alike and has been seen on stage and television by over a million people. The ingenious masks, mesmerizing movement, outlandish costumes, and original music score create a carnival of the absurd, presenting universal themes with a light touch, as animals take on human characteristics and inanimate objects, like orbs and slinkys, engage in silly humanistic movements. FROGZ is penguins playing musical chairs, a cat trapped in a giant paper bag, orbs running wild through the audience, and a madcap revue of illusion, comedy and fun that has inspired audiences worldwide. FROGZ has been performed in China, Europe and at some of North America’s most revered festivals.
Wednesday
Dec
27
2017
Wednesday, December 27, 2017 from 3-4:30pm
3-4:30pm
Venue:
@
Imago Theatre
IMAGO THEATRE presents the return of FROGZ by Carol Triffle and Jerry Mouawad FROGZ is Imago Theatre’s signature work. It has been described as Cirque Du Soleil-evoking acrobatics mixed with Mummenschanz-like mime, set in a unique –yet accessible- French-influenced avant-garde playground. It is an unforgettable experience for children and adults alike and has been seen on stage and television by over a million people. The ingenious masks, mesmerizing movement, outlandish costumes, and original music score create a carnival of the absurd, presenting universal themes with a light touch, as animals take on human characteristics and inanimate objects, like orbs and slinkys, engage in silly humanistic movements. FROGZ is penguins playing musical chairs, a cat trapped in a giant paper bag, orbs running wild through the audience, and a madcap revue of illusion, comedy and fun that has inspired audiences worldwide. FROGZ has been performed in China, Europe and at some of North America’s most revered festivals.
Thursday
Dec
28
2017
Thursday, December 28, 2017 from 3-4:30pm
3-4:30pm
Venue:
@
Imago Theatre
IMAGO THEATRE presents the return of FROGZ by Carol Triffle and Jerry Mouawad FROGZ is Imago Theatre’s signature work. It has been described as Cirque Du Soleil-evoking acrobatics mixed with Mummenschanz-like mime, set in a unique –yet accessible- French-influenced avant-garde playground. It is an unforgettable experience for children and adults alike and has been seen on stage and television by over a million people. The ingenious masks, mesmerizing movement, outlandish costumes, and original music score create a carnival of the absurd, presenting universal themes with a light touch, as animals take on human characteristics and inanimate objects, like orbs and slinkys, engage in silly humanistic movements. FROGZ is penguins playing musical chairs, a cat trapped in a giant paper bag, orbs running wild through the audience, and a madcap revue of illusion, comedy and fun that has inspired audiences worldwide. FROGZ has been performed in China, Europe and at some of North America’s most revered festivals.
Friday
Dec
29
2017
Friday, December 29, 2017 from 3-4:30pm
3-4:30pm
Venue:
@
Imago Theatre
IMAGO THEATRE presents the return of FROGZ by Carol Triffle and Jerry Mouawad FROGZ is Imago Theatre’s signature work. It has been described as Cirque Du Soleil-evoking acrobatics mixed with Mummenschanz-like mime, set in a unique –yet accessible- French-influenced avant-garde playground. It is an unforgettable experience for children and adults alike and has been seen on stage and television by over a million people. The ingenious masks, mesmerizing movement, outlandish costumes, and original music score create a carnival of the absurd, presenting universal themes with a light touch, as animals take on human characteristics and inanimate objects, like orbs and slinkys, engage in silly humanistic movements. FROGZ is penguins playing musical chairs, a cat trapped in a giant paper bag, orbs running wild through the audience, and a madcap revue of illusion, comedy and fun that has inspired audiences worldwide. FROGZ has been performed in China, Europe and at some of North America’s most revered festivals.
Friday, December 29, 2017 from 7-8:30pm
7-8:30pm
Venue:
@
Imago Theatre
IMAGO THEATRE presents the return of FROGZ by Carol Triffle and Jerry Mouawad FROGZ is Imago Theatre’s signature work. It has been described as Cirque Du Soleil-evoking acrobatics mixed with Mummenschanz-like mime, set in a unique –yet accessible- French-influenced avant-garde playground. It is an unforgettable experience for children and adults alike and has been seen on stage and television by over a million people. The ingenious masks, mesmerizing movement, outlandish costumes, and original music score create a carnival of the absurd, presenting universal themes with a light touch, as animals take on human characteristics and inanimate objects, like orbs and slinkys, engage in silly humanistic movements. FROGZ is penguins playing musical chairs, a cat trapped in a giant paper bag, orbs running wild through the audience, and a madcap revue of illusion, comedy and fun that has inspired audiences worldwide. FROGZ has been performed in China, Europe and at some of North America’s most revered festivals.
Saturday
Dec
30
2017
Saturday, December 30, 2017 from noon-1:30pm
noon-1:30pm
Venue:
@
Imago Theatre
IMAGO THEATRE presents the return of FROGZ by Carol Triffle and Jerry Mouawad FROGZ is Imago Theatre’s signature work. It has been described as Cirque Du Soleil-evoking acrobatics mixed with Mummenschanz-like mime, set in a unique –yet accessible- French-influenced avant-garde playground. It is an unforgettable experience for children and adults alike and has been seen on stage and television by over a million people. The ingenious masks, mesmerizing movement, outlandish costumes, and original music score create a carnival of the absurd, presenting universal themes with a light touch, as animals take on human characteristics and inanimate objects, like orbs and slinkys, engage in silly humanistic movements. FROGZ is penguins playing musical chairs, a cat trapped in a giant paper bag, orbs running wild through the audience, and a madcap revue of illusion, comedy and fun that has inspired audiences worldwide. FROGZ has been performed in China, Europe and at some of North America’s most revered festivals.
Saturday, December 30, 2017 from 3-4:30pm
3-4:30pm
Venue:
@
Imago Theatre
IMAGO THEATRE presents the return of FROGZ by Carol Triffle and Jerry Mouawad FROGZ is Imago Theatre’s signature work. It has been described as Cirque Du Soleil-evoking acrobatics mixed with Mummenschanz-like mime, set in a unique –yet accessible- French-influenced avant-garde playground. It is an unforgettable experience for children and adults alike and has been seen on stage and television by over a million people. The ingenious masks, mesmerizing movement, outlandish costumes, and original music score create a carnival of the absurd, presenting universal themes with a light touch, as animals take on human characteristics and inanimate objects, like orbs and slinkys, engage in silly humanistic movements. FROGZ is penguins playing musical chairs, a cat trapped in a giant paper bag, orbs running wild through the audience, and a madcap revue of illusion, comedy and fun that has inspired audiences worldwide. FROGZ has been performed in China, Europe and at some of North America’s most revered festivals.
Sunday
Dec
31
2017
Sunday, December 31, 2017 from 2-3:30pm
2-3:30pm
Venue:
@
Imago Theatre
IMAGO THEATRE presents the return of FROGZ by Carol Triffle and Jerry Mouawad FROGZ is Imago Theatre’s signature work. It has been described as Cirque Du Soleil-evoking acrobatics mixed with Mummenschanz-like mime, set in a unique –yet accessible- French-influenced avant-garde playground. It is an unforgettable experience for children and adults alike and has been seen on stage and television by over a million people. The ingenious masks, mesmerizing movement, outlandish costumes, and original music score create a carnival of the absurd, presenting universal themes with a light touch, as animals take on human characteristics and inanimate objects, like orbs and slinkys, engage in silly humanistic movements. FROGZ is penguins playing musical chairs, a cat trapped in a giant paper bag, orbs running wild through the audience, and a madcap revue of illusion, comedy and fun that has inspired audiences worldwide. FROGZ has been performed in China, Europe and at some of North America’s most revered festivals.
January
2018
Monday
Jan
1
2018
Monday, January 1, 2018 at midnight through Tuesday, January 2, 2018 at midnight
midnight through Tuesday, January 2 at midnight
Monday, January 1, 2018 from 3-4:30pm
3-4:30pm
Venue:
@
Imago Theatre
IMAGO THEATRE presents the return of FROGZ by Carol Triffle and Jerry Mouawad FROGZ is Imago Theatre’s signature work. It has been described as Cirque Du Soleil-evoking acrobatics mixed with Mummenschanz-like mime, set in a unique –yet accessible- French-influenced avant-garde playground. It is an unforgettable experience for children and adults alike and has been seen on stage and television by over a million people. The ingenious masks, mesmerizing movement, outlandish costumes, and original music score create a carnival of the absurd, presenting universal themes with a light touch, as animals take on human characteristics and inanimate objects, like orbs and slinkys, engage in silly humanistic movements. FROGZ is penguins playing musical chairs, a cat trapped in a giant paper bag, orbs running wild through the audience, and a madcap revue of illusion, comedy and fun that has inspired audiences worldwide. FROGZ has been performed in China, Europe and at some of North America’s most revered festivals.
Tuesday
Jan
2
2018
Tuesday, January 2, 2018 at midnight through Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at midnight
midnight through Wednesday, January 3 at midnight
Wednesday
Jan
3
2018
Thursday
Jan
4
2018
Friday
Jan
5
2018
Friday, January 5, 2018 from 7-8:30pm
7-8:30pm
Venue:
@
Imago Theatre
IMAGO THEATRE presents the return of FROGZ by Carol Triffle and Jerry Mouawad FROGZ is Imago Theatre’s signature work. It has been described as Cirque Du Soleil-evoking acrobatics mixed with Mummenschanz-like mime, set in a unique –yet accessible- French-influenced avant-garde playground. It is an unforgettable experience for children and adults alike and has been seen on stage and television by over a million people. The ingenious masks, mesmerizing movement, outlandish costumes, and original music score create a carnival of the absurd, presenting universal themes with a light touch, as animals take on human characteristics and inanimate objects, like orbs and slinkys, engage in silly humanistic movements. FROGZ is penguins playing musical chairs, a cat trapped in a giant paper bag, orbs running wild through the audience, and a madcap revue of illusion, comedy and fun that has inspired audiences worldwide. FROGZ has been performed in China, Europe and at some of North America’s most revered festivals.
Saturday
Jan
6
2018
Saturday, January 6, 2018 from noon-1:30pm
noon-1:30pm
Venue:
@
Imago Theatre
IMAGO THEATRE presents the return of FROGZ by Carol Triffle and Jerry Mouawad FROGZ is Imago Theatre’s signature work. It has been described as Cirque Du Soleil-evoking acrobatics mixed with Mummenschanz-like mime, set in a unique –yet accessible- French-influenced avant-garde playground. It is an unforgettable experience for children and adults alike and has been seen on stage and television by over a million people. The ingenious masks, mesmerizing movement, outlandish costumes, and original music score create a carnival of the absurd, presenting universal themes with a light touch, as animals take on human characteristics and inanimate objects, like orbs and slinkys, engage in silly humanistic movements. FROGZ is penguins playing musical chairs, a cat trapped in a giant paper bag, orbs running wild through the audience, and a madcap revue of illusion, comedy and fun that has inspired audiences worldwide. FROGZ has been performed in China, Europe and at some of North America’s most revered festivals.
Saturday, January 6, 2018 from 3-4:30pm
3-4:30pm
Venue:
@
Imago Theatre
IMAGO THEATRE presents the return of FROGZ by Carol Triffle and Jerry Mouawad FROGZ is Imago Theatre’s signature work. It has been described as Cirque Du Soleil-evoking acrobatics mixed with Mummenschanz-like mime, set in a unique –yet accessible- French-influenced avant-garde playground. It is an unforgettable experience for children and adults alike and has been seen on stage and television by over a million people. The ingenious masks, mesmerizing movement, outlandish costumes, and original music score create a carnival of the absurd, presenting universal themes with a light touch, as animals take on human characteristics and inanimate objects, like orbs and slinkys, engage in silly humanistic movements. FROGZ is penguins playing musical chairs, a cat trapped in a giant paper bag, orbs running wild through the audience, and a madcap revue of illusion, comedy and fun that has inspired audiences worldwide. FROGZ has been performed in China, Europe and at some of North America’s most revered festivals.
Sunday
Jan
7
2018
Sunday, January 7, 2018 at midnight through Monday, January 8, 2018 at midnight
midnight through Monday, January 8 at midnight
Sunday, January 7, 2018 from 2-3:30pm
2-3:30pm
Venue:
@
Imago Theatre
IMAGO THEATRE presents the return of FROGZ by Carol Triffle and Jerry Mouawad FROGZ is Imago Theatre’s signature work. It has been described as Cirque Du Soleil-evoking acrobatics mixed with Mummenschanz-like mime, set in a unique –yet accessible- French-influenced avant-garde playground. It is an unforgettable experience for children and adults alike and has been seen on stage and television by over a million people. The ingenious masks, mesmerizing movement, outlandish costumes, and original music score create a carnival of the absurd, presenting universal themes with a light touch, as animals take on human characteristics and inanimate objects, like orbs and slinkys, engage in silly humanistic movements. FROGZ is penguins playing musical chairs, a cat trapped in a giant paper bag, orbs running wild through the audience, and a madcap revue of illusion, comedy and fun that has inspired audiences worldwide. FROGZ has been performed in China, Europe and at some of North America’s most revered festivals.
Sunday, January 7, 2018 from 5-6:30pm
5-6:30pm
Venue:
@
Imago Theatre
IMAGO THEATRE presents the return of FROGZ by Carol Triffle and Jerry Mouawad FROGZ is Imago Theatre’s signature work. It has been described as Cirque Du Soleil-evoking acrobatics mixed with Mummenschanz-like mime, set in a unique –yet accessible- French-influenced avant-garde playground. It is an unforgettable experience for children and adults alike and has been seen on stage and television by over a million people. The ingenious masks, mesmerizing movement, outlandish costumes, and original music score create a carnival of the absurd, presenting universal themes with a light touch, as animals take on human characteristics and inanimate objects, like orbs and slinkys, engage in silly humanistic movements. FROGZ is penguins playing musical chairs, a cat trapped in a giant paper bag, orbs running wild through the audience, and a madcap revue of illusion, comedy and fun that has inspired audiences worldwide. FROGZ has been performed in China, Europe and at some of North America’s most revered festivals.
Monday
Jan
8
2018
Tuesday
Jan
9
2018
Wednesday
Jan
10
2018
Thursday
Jan
11
2018
Friday
Jan
12
2018
Saturday
Jan
13
2018
Sunday
Jan
14
2018
Monday
Jan
15
2018
Monday, January 15, 2018 at midnight through Tuesday, January 16, 2018 at midnight
midnight through Tuesday, January 16 at midnight
Tuesday
Jan
16
2018
Tuesday, January 16, 2018 at midnight through Wednesday, January 17, 2018 at midnight
midnight through Wednesday, January 17 at midnight
Wednesday
Jan
17
2018
Thursday
Jan
18
2018
Friday
Jan
19
2018
Saturday
Jan
20
2018
Sunday
Jan
21
2018
Monday
Jan
22
2018
Tuesday
Jan
23
2018
Wednesday
Jan
24
2018
Thursday
Jan
25
2018
Friday
Jan
26
2018
Saturday
Jan
27
2018
Sunday
Jan
28
2018
Monday
Jan
29
2018
Tuesday
Jan
30
2018
Wednesday
Jan
31
2018
February
2018
Thursday
Feb
1
2018
Friday
Feb
2
2018
Saturday
Feb
3
2018